Mathematical Biology Seminar, DMS, NJIT

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Cullimore Hall is at
Bleeker St & Summit St
Department of Mathematical Sciences & Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics
NJIT Mathematical Biology Seminar
Spring 2011

Seminars are held on Tuesdays at 2:30 p.m. in 611 Cullimore Hall, unless noted otherwise. Refreshments are usually served at 3:30 pm. For questions about the seminar schedule, please contact Horacio G. Rotstein

Date Speaker and Title Host
January 18 Thounaojam Umeshkanta Singh, School of Physical Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Scenarios of generalized synchronization in chaotically driven systems
A. Bose
January 25 Organizational Meeting,
February 8 Horacio G. Rotstein, Department of Mathematical Sciences, NJIT
Subthreshold resonance in a stellate cell model. Part I
H. G. Rotstein
February 15 Horacio G. Rotstein, Department of Mathematical Sciences, NJIT
Subthreshold resonance in a stellate cell model. Part II
H. G. Rotstein
February 22 Horacio G. Rotstein, Department of Mathematical Sciences, NJIT
Discussion on voltage response amplification due to nonlinearities (and may be time-scale separation) in neural models
H. G. Rotstein
March 8 Amit Bose, Department of Mathematical Sciences, NJIT
Dynamics on random graphs
H. G. Rotstein
March 15 No seminar (Spring recess)
H. G. Rotstein
March 22 Alex Casti, Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University
Thalamic Transformation of Retinal Input: Information Transfer and LGN Modeling
H. G. Rotstein
March 29 Michiel Remme, Center for Neural Sciences, New York University
ITD sensitivity to naturalistic sounds in the superior olivary complex
H. G. Rotstein
April 5 Michael Schwemmer, Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Princeton University
The effects of dendritic properties on the dynamics of oscillatory neurons
H. G. Rotstein
April 12 Ivan Iossifov , Cold Spring Harbor Lab
Rare de novo variants associated with autism perturb a large network of genes involved in formation and function of synapses
A. Abdi
April 25 Xinxian Huang, Department of Mathematical Sciences, NJIT
Title TBA
H. G. Rotstein
May 3 No seminar (classes follow a Friday schedule)

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